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Published by Faisal Ashraf Asmi
Atheism and Theism

Great Debates in Philosophy
Series Editor: Ernest Sosa
Dialogue has always been a powerful means of philosophical exploration

and exposition. By presenting important current issues in philosophy in the form of a debate, this series attempts to capture the flavour of philosophical argument and to convey the excitement generated by the exchange of ideas. Each author contributes a major, original essay. When these essays have been completed, the authors are each given the oppo
Atheism and Theism

Great Debates in Philosophy
Series Editor: Ernest Sosa
Dialogue has always been a powerful means of philosophical exploration

and exposition. By presenting important current issues in philosophy in the form of a debate, this series attempts to capture the flavour of philosophical argument and to convey the excitement generated by the exchange of ideas. Each author contributes a major, original essay. When these essays have been completed, the authors are each given the oppo

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Published by: Faisal Ashraf Asmi on Jan 23, 2010
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Atheism and Theism
 
Great Debates in Philosophy 
Series Editor: Ernest Sosa
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logue has always been a powerful means of philosophicalexplorationand exposition. By presenting important current issues in philosophy in the form of a debate, this series attempts to capture the flavour of philosophical argument and to convey the excitement generated by the exchange of ideas. Each author contributes a major, original essay. When these essays have been completed, the authors are each giventhe opportunity to respond to the opposing view.Personal Identity 
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